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Oxford dictionary definition of the word soul:
1the spiritual or immaterial part of a human being or animal, regarded as immortal.
a person’s moral or emotional nature or sense of identity:
in the depths of her soul, she knew he would betray her
2 [mass noun] emotional or intellectual energy or intensity, especially as revealed in a work of art or an artistic performance:
their interpretation lacked soul
black American culture or ethnic pride.
short for soul music.
3the essence or embodiment of a specified quality:
he was the soul of discretion
brevity is the soul of wit
an individual person:
I’ll never tell a soul
it was bad news for some poor soul
a person regarded with affection or pity:
she’s a nice old soul
a soul that is damned.
chiefly humorous a person who seems unable to cope with everyday life:
a few lost souls wander aimlessly down to the front and stare up at the stage
upon my soul!
dated an exclamation of surprise.
she was a great-souled character
Old English sāwol, sāw(e)l, of Germanic origin; related to Dutch ziel and German Seele